Texas Tech freshman Regan Elder helps drape a bed sheet with the message "No Means No" over the university's seal at the Lubbock, Texas campus in 2014 to protest what students say is a "rape culture" on campus. Betsy Blaney/AP hide caption

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A view from the starting line of the sixth annual Krispy Kreme Challenge in Raleigh, N.C., in 2010. The local children's health clinic takes its name from this annual charity race, which draws about 8,000 participants each year. Courtesy of Dustin Bates hide caption

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Sweet Name Of Kids' Clinic Gives Some People Heartburn

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Imagining The Future: 'Howard Project' Students Look Forward

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(Top left, clockwise) Macmen N' Cheese; chocolate ramen; udon and egg. (Bottom row) Ramen fritatta; cannellini beans and spinach; and southwest taco from the book Rah! Rah! Ramen. Sara Childs/ Courtesy of Interactive Direct hide caption

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Cornell University in Ithaca, N.Y., says having Medicaid pay for some students' coverage through the school health plan will give those students better options. Alex/Flickr hide caption

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Nobody plans to wind up in the emergency room, but costly accidents happen — even to healthy young people. Getty Images hide caption

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Reaching The Young And Uninsured On A Texas Campus

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Eighty percent of college students drink, and schools have had little success reducing those numbers, or the problems caused by excessive alcohol. Toby Talbot/AP hide caption

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Students at Yale University and several other schools that are self-insured will qualify for subsidies under the federal health law after all. Christopher Capozziello/Getty Images hide caption

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